Bangsil Oh

Bangsil Oh
University of Massachusetts Lowell | UML · Graduate School of Education

Doctor of Philosophy

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January 2021 - present
Kyonggi University
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  • Professor

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Publications (5)
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The Multilingual learner (ML) population is steadily increasing in U.S. schools. Navigating new educational environments can be challenging for MLs, especially on the first day. This study draws upon data collected during two improvement-focused evaluations and is guided theoretically by the extant ML literature as well as Bronfenbrenner’s (2005) b...
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The Multilingual learner (ML) population is steadily increasing in U.S. schools. Navigating new educational environments can be challenging for MLs, especially on the first day. This study draws upon data collected during two improvement-focused evaluations and is guided theoretically by the extant ML literature as well as Bronfenbrenner’s (2005) b...
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Students who attend alternative high schools are considered at risk of not graduating. To graduate from high school, students need to obtain the appropriate number of credits. In this study, factors related to the attainment of credit by students in an alternative school during 2015–2019 were examined. Five factors had an effect on the number of cr...
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School performance indicators commonly used for school accountability purposes (e.g., student attendance, achievement on standardized test scores, graduation rates) do not adequately reflect student progress in an alternative education context (Brewer et al., 2001; De Velasco & Gonzales, 2017; Rumberger & Palardy, 2005; Warren, 2016). Although prop...
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This article describes the collective efforts educators and multiple community partners are taking to transform one alternative urban high school into a full-service community school. The article presents preliminary findings on the opportunities for bridging social capital that the full-service initiative has created and the impacts such opportuni...

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